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    Implementing the 960 Grid System in Web Design

    Blog Tools, New Media

    Recently, I ran across an article on Six Revisions entitled, “The 960 Grid System Made Easy” by Joshua Johnson. I have known about the 960 Grid System for some time now. However, I had yet, up to this point, to implement the system in any of my designs. As I had some time on my […]

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    Living an Excellent Adventure

    Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I read a Fundraising Success Magazine article by Jeff Brooks, entitled, “Go On … I Dare You: Feeling brave? Here are 10 fundraising challenges for the new year” and it got me thinking. How many of us weigh the risk versus reward each day and take chances that no one else will take? Sure, […]

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    A Few Words About KeepAmericaFishing™

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    If you’ve been following me lately, you know that I recently started a new position with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing™. These past three weeks have been amazing and incredibly challenging in many ways. First, I have never used Salsa Labs or ExpressionEngine in a professional capacity before. My learning curve […]

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    Working with Flash Banners

    New Media

    This week marks my second attempt and completion of creating basic flash banners advertisements using Adobe Flash. The first attempt occurred while I was employed with League of Conservation Voters last fall. I learned how to create these basic flash banners while watching Layers TV episode #126 from February 24, 2010. Raphael “RC” Concepcion is […]

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    Is Traditional Online Political Advocacy Working?

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I read an article on the Huffington Post by Jake Brewer entitled, “The Tragedy of Political Advocacy.” This article questions the effectiveness of online political advocacy in reaching the intended recipient, in this case and most often, Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Brewer writes, “[d]espite how good your civic action may have made you […]

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    Adobe CS5: Viva La Adobe!

    Blog Tools, New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Today is a great day for me. Since I started with League of Conservation Voters, I advocated for the new Adobe Creative Suite (CS) to do my job more effectively. Because I work at a nonprofit, we were able to get the product from Tech Soup at an incredibly discounted rate. I am happy to […]

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    Exploring the Fortress Model

    Nonprofit Communications

    Today, as is accustomed to my personality, being a Myers Briggs ENTJ, I acted too quickly when trying to spread the news of the latest campaign that is launching today. I was quick to jump the starting gun and was asked to rescind my posts to both Facebook and Twitter about it, which I quickly […]

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    Measuring Performance with the End Outcome in Mind

    Nonprofit Communications

    In relation to a previous post, “Measuring Performance, ROI and The Production Line,” I would like to suggest that you take a moment and read this excellent post from Beth Kanter, “Get Your Social Media Strategy in Shape With Spreadsheet Aerobics.” What is most impressive about this article is the approach she takes to data […]

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    New Horizons

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    This week, I started a new position with the Leage of Conservation Voters (LCV) as Manager of Grassroots Advocacy and Online Advocacy. This nonprofit is an environmentally focused nonprofit that has a 501(c)(4), 501(c)(3), PAC and 527 legal recognition. What makes this organization great is that they can name names without jeopardizing their nonprofit status […]

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    Appreciating the Process

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    Today marks three complete months of unemployment for me. The average, according to the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics is 32.8 weeks. I am only on week 13. Unemployment insurance will only last six months, or 26 weeks. This indicates that unemployment insurance may run out while I seek out gainful employment. […]

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    Increasingly, Incurably, Optimistic

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    My appologies. It has been some time since I last posted an article to my blog. Last week I was in San Diego, CA with my family visiting relatives. This event was planned well before I parted company with United Cerebral Palsy and it was better to proceed with the trip and recharge the batteries […]

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    Strategy: Four Simple Steps to Migrate from an E-Newsletter to a Blog

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently I wrote a response to the Progressive Exchange Listserve regarding the question of whether or not to convert an active e-newsletter into a blog. The short answer, in my opinion is yes, you should convert your regular e-newsletter into a blog. But only if it makes sense for your organization to do so. For […]

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    Network Weaving in a Nonprofit Social Media / New Media Space

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Mark Hrywna of the The Nonprofit Times recently published an article titled, “Social Network Fundraising Creating Jobs” reviewing the “Nonprofit Social Network Benchmark Report,” released recently by Portland, Oregon-based Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), ThePort Network in Atlanta, and Common Knowledge in San Francisco. During his synopsis of the report, he discusses that when a nonprofit […]

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    Government Agencies Are Now Free to Engage in Social Media

    New Media

    Originally restricted by the confines of the Paperwork Reduction Act, the Obama Administration, through the Office of Management and Budget, recently released a memorandum to all federal agencies that affirmed an original memorandum issued by President Obama on January 21, 2009 calling for “a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration” as part of the […]

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